Dodo has agreed to refund $360,000 to about 16,000 customers who incurred excess data charges after signing up for NBN plans advertised as "perfect for streaming".
About 60 per cent of those involved in a historic "stolen wages" class action case, settled after a 12-year legal process, are dead.
More than two years after a man is accused of injuring a toddler who ingested ice, a judge has asked prosecutors to explain what he's alleged to have done.
Sharing your fish and chips with seagulls at the beach may harm your health, with researchers revealing the birds carry drug-resistant superbugs.
A Sydney music festival director has told a coroner he didn't speak to the medical services contractor about the doctors who would be there or their past experience.
Twitter has expanded its rules against hateful conduct to include language that "dehumanises" people based on religion.
Extra cash will start flowing into Australians' pockets within days but while retailers hope they spend up big, a new report says confidence in the economy is dropping.
The US State Department says it hopes to see a freeze in the North Korean nuclear program as the start of a process of denuclearisation, ahead of fresh talks with Pyongyang likely to take place this month.
Northern Territory Treasurer Nicole Manison has walked away empty-handed after asking her federal counterpart Josh Frydenberg for $300 million for a ship lift at their first meeting since the election.
Former world No.1 Simona Halep is the first woman through to the Wimbledon semi-finals after ending Zhang Shuai's great run.